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Industry observers are keen to see the Nigeria's PIB passed soon – and are also coming forward with criticism of the bill now under discussion.
France’s Total is reported to have asked some of the staff working on the construction of Mozambique LNG to vacate the site on security concerns.
NewsBase’s editors are marking the start of 2021 with a review of how each of the regions covered by our organisation was affected by the events of the past 12 months.
Concerns about energy demand and OPEC+ production quotas continue to exert pressure on oil prices, despite the debut of the COVID-19 vaccine
Ethiopia’s Ministry of Mines and Petroleum has announced plans to exit the contract it signed with US-based GreenComm Technologies last April for the construction of a new gas-to-liquids (GTL) plant in the Somali region.
In Algeria, the port of Arzew, which is home to the GL3Z LNG complex, had been at a standstill for about 10 days as of December 11 owing to bad weather.
Major LNG projects are facing more risk in light of Islamists’ continued clashes with the Mozambican armed forces and the swelling number of refugees.
Cameroon’s Pipeline Steering and Monitoring Committee (PSMC) said last week that it had seen earnings from crude oil shipments through the Chad-Cameroon pipeline rise slightly in the first 10 months of the year.